Seconds 4 Survival
“It took me 53 years in law enforcement to attend a class like this.” Deputy Jerry Koester
“This training that will save your life and you must have it!” Todd, Oakland Police Department
“The best presentation I have had in over 22 years in law enforcement.” Sgt. Michael Huber, McMinnville Police Department
Ambushes against law enforcement have increased dramatically in recent years and with that comes important and dynamic techniques to avoid and survive deadly ambush attacks.
SAFETAC Training is honored to provide this exclusive course to law enforcement.
“Seconds 4 Survival” is a dynamic, media intensive course designed to reduce the reactionary gap that can lead to deadly consequences in law enforcement interactions with suspects. Real life scenarios combined with tactical considerations are discussed throughout the training that will give the student the knowledge to survive attacks. Here are just some of the important topics taught in “Seconds 4 Survival: Win The Ambush:”
“In my 12 year career, this was the best class I have ever taken on leadership.” Sergeant Josh Johnson
“The best presentation I have had in over 22 years in law enforcement.” Sgt. Michael Huber, McMinnville (OR) Police Department
“This is some of the best training I have attended in over 40 years of law enforcement.”
Scott Johnson, Chief of Police – Grand Rapids (MN) Police Department
While there are hundreds of leadership courses and thousands of books dedicated on the subject, law enforcement continues to be plagued with a serious lack of leadership and risk management principles. This course will prepare first responders from all ranks to be courageous in their principles in order to give those under their control a safer working environment. While many leadership courses focus on theory, this course focuses on practice and the principles taught will help the leader immediately and “de-centralized” leadership is emphasized so every police officer from every rank can be inspired to be a leader.
Drive To Survive
“…You made it fun, interesting and real all at the same time. Trust me, it’s not often when officers stay focused on training….” Captain Scott Eakers
“On behalf of the North Carolina League of Municipalities, I would state that we have worked with Major Travis Yates as he has trained across our state and he is a highly motivated and riveting speaker on the subject of Police Driving and is widely recognized as one of the foremost experts on this subject nationwide. His training tips have been invaluable to the departments in this state as we strive to reduce the number of police related auto accidents across the State of North Carolina.” Steve Lee, North Carolina League of Municipalities
The “Drive To Survive” Seminar is a dynamic 8 hour course designed to introduce law enforcement officers to a wide variety of topics related to emergency vehicle operations. This course has been taught for over a decade by the ILEETA Trainer of the Year, Major Travis Yates. Travis has been the monthly vehicle operations writer for Police One since 2004 and operates the largest website of it’s kind on law enforcement driving issues, www.policedriving.com, He is considered the foremost expert on police driving issues and is a sought out consultant and trainer in the area of driving safety. He is an Editor at Law Officer Magazine and has been featured in USA Today, CNN and hundreds of other media articles.
Surviving Workplace Violence
“Everyone should take this class!” – D. Simmons
This exclusive and award winning seminar is specifically designed for ALL employees of any business. From directors and administrators to teachers and staff, this program has been successfully delivered to over 6000 students, across the county. Led by Keith Smith, this class will help save the lives of employees in any business.
By following a unique and comprehensive curriculum, students are provided the tools necessary to recognize and defeat a critical incident event. In addition, students will be given a tactile experience with several weapons systems, teaching them how to control and defeat various firearms. At the end of the class, students are placed in a “real-life” scenario, allowing them to experience the “stress” of an actual event, using the techniques delivered to them throughout the program.
We also offer the following courses: